How much of Canada do you know? The fact that it has mounties and maples. Even we know that, so that doesn't count as much. What more do you know that is not straight from an atlas? Tick, tick 1, tick, tick 2, tick tick 3, tick, tick 4, tick tick 5. Teet! Time's out, you lose!
Okay, since you obviously need some help we'll give it to you. The Hyderabad Film Club in collaboration with the Canadian High Commission, New Delhi is organizing a Canadian Film Festival. The Festival will be inaugurated by Reid Cooper and comprises of 7 Canadian films.
The films that will be screened here are:
Part Animal, Part Machine:
An action adventure film about an ice-climber, Warren McDonald, who is on a mission to climb Canada's Weeping Wall. He has no legs but gets the job done with different tactics and finally achieves it in a lively and compelling manner.
Deep Seeded Instability:
This is a short flick on avalanche safety and Canadian tragedies in 2003.
Locked Horns - The Fate Of Old Crow:
A documentary about the old way of life of the Vuntut Gwitchin aboriginal community of Old Crow, Yukon.
An action oriented movie that moxes traditional and modern cross-country skiing. Unlimited Winter provides a dynamic look at the sport, and it also features Olympic medalist Beckie Scott.
A mountain-biking action film which features urban tribals, big jumps and hard crashes along with a tremorous soundtrack.
The Other Final:
A cultural documentary directed by Johan Kramer soccer and the love for it.
An action-cum-humor trip on how a small dog makes her way up difficult rock face.
Please contact Hyderabad Film Club on 2373-0841 for further details.